I was in the Ashmore Drakes last Friday afternoon (four days ago) picking up a bag of Zooper Doopers, and noticed the shelves were stocked with everything.
Disposable gloves, toilet paper, sprays, everything. No issues what-so-ever, no long cues of weirdos breathing down my neck, or beating staff with sticks.
Today while locally scanning Gumtree for toilet paper panic, the above come up. What moron in their right mind would charge $100 a roll? What moron, instead of just taking a shower, would pay $100 a roll?
I can’t believe the hysteria is on the Gold Coast
There’s less than 6 adverts pushing this price gouging craze so far.
Two weeks ago we paid $30 for 5 litres of rubbing alcohol off eBay. The day after we paid, the advertised price went to $40, then the day after that to $50.
We still haven’t received delivery. The Melbourne ass-hole obviously shipped his stock out to those that LATER paid more.
Not to worry, turns out the Bill Gates virus hates soap after all. (I’ve been in forums poo-pooing it over rubbing alcohol)
According to the New York Times March 13, 2020, the Covid-19 virus has an oily outer “lipid” coating.
Soap destroys that outer oily lipid layer killing Covid-19
Geez, and we spent $30 on rubbing alcohol. Cheaper dish washing liquid and water in a spray bottle would probably be the trick on customer lawn mower and shopping trolley handles and little Jimmy after playing with his Chinese Uni students friends.
What would a bar of soap do to a fat man then?
Bloody BGFV-10130701 (Bill Gates funded virus)